When approaching projects within the hospitality industry, engineering consultants must weigh the wants and needs of many different stakeholders
The Wind Blocker is ideal for restaurant patios, outdoor entertainment and dining areas as well as residential patios and porches. The new product offers two heat settings. This new heater can operate on a powerful 34,000 Btu/Hr. on colder days or a softer 24,00 Btu/Hr. on milder days.
Building renovation is complicated, and often times more challenging than building ground up because you have to take into account existing conditions, and prepare yourself for a lot of unknowns.
Learn the top 5 trends to watch for when designing retail environments according to experts at Henderson Engineers.
This presentation explains how the use of analytic software and diagnostic tools are increasing and may help uncover hidden operational opportunities.
Based on several tests, hotel occupancy can be safer with both smoke detectors and sprinklers.
Resorts require fire alarm systems with several devices connected to the fire alarm control unit.
In this installment of our Ask an Engineering Expert series, Cameron Collins, Principal at RTM Engineering Consultants, answers the question: What trends do you see in the design of hotels and resorts?
Learn how hospitality design can help organizations push new boundaries, achieve competitive differentiation, and bolster recruitment and retention.
Designing sports arenas, theaters, and other specialty structures: Automation, controls, and technology
Specialty facilities like sports stadiums and theaters have to do more than host the entertainment these days—they’re full of technological bells and whistles and high client expectations especially in regards to automation and controls.